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“…There are a variety of treatment options to mitigate the signs of periorbital skin aging, including topical retinoids, 13 radiofrequency, 14,15 broadband infrared, 16 intense pulsed light, 17 chemical peels, 18 botulinum toxin, 19 and platelet‐rich plasma (PRP), 5 and non‐ablative and ablative laser resurfacing procedures 15,20 . Full surface and fractional ablative resurfacing procedures are effective in improving periorbital wrinkles and laxity, but, because the epidermis is ablated, the recovery may take 1–2 weeks, and posttreatment erythema and hyperpigmentation commonly emerge, especially in darker skin types.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…There are a variety of treatment options to mitigate the signs of periorbital skin aging, including topical retinoids, 13 radiofrequency, 14,15 broadband infrared, 16 intense pulsed light, 17 chemical peels, 18 botulinum toxin, 19 and platelet‐rich plasma (PRP), 5 and non‐ablative and ablative laser resurfacing procedures 15,20 . Full surface and fractional ablative resurfacing procedures are effective in improving periorbital wrinkles and laxity, but, because the epidermis is ablated, the recovery may take 1–2 weeks, and posttreatment erythema and hyperpigmentation commonly emerge, especially in darker skin types.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Aggressive invasive procedures are more likely to yield improved cosmesis but can result in longer downtime and a higher rate of adverse effects. [3][4][5][6][7][8] Non-ablative fractional 1565 nm Er:glass fiber laser (NAFL), was recently demonstrated to offer a mildmoderate improvement in periorbital wrinkling, 9 and was cleared for marketing this indication by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Injection of platelet‐rich plasma (PRP) is the most popular one that can improve facial skin appearance (texture and lines), increase skin thickness and enhance collagen content. 24 , 25 However, this technique lacks standard of preparation, contains cellular residues and cannot be stored, resulting in less than 50% global improvements rate and unsatisfactory efficacy in clinic. 25 , 26 Therefore, it is necessarily needed to develop new techniques with certain effectiveness for skin ageing treatment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“… 24 , 25 However, this technique lacks standard of preparation, contains cellular residues and cannot be stored, resulting in less than 50% global improvements rate and unsatisfactory efficacy in clinic. 25 , 26 Therefore, it is necessarily needed to develop new techniques with certain effectiveness for skin ageing treatment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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